All Undergraduate and Graduate students who have not applied to a degree program will be classified as “non-degree.” As an undergraduate non-degree student, you may enroll in up to 18 credit hours; as a graduate non-degree student, you may enroll in up to 12 credit hours, providing that you have met any individual course prerequisite requirements. Should you decide to apply to a degree program in the future, your courses taken as a non-degree student will be evaluated according to the requirements of the curriculum that is current at the time you apply. Courses taken previously as a non-degree student may not meet specific degree requirements at the time of application.
Non-Degree Application Requirements
To be considered for admission as a non-degree student, you must be a born-again Christian, actively participating in a Protestant, evangelical church and have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in high school or college. In addition, you must also submit the following items:
1. Application for Admission
Complete the online application in its entirety and pay the nonrefundable $35 application fee.
2. Doctrinal Qualification for Students
To be admitted, students must personally adhere to and support the Doctrinal Qualifications for Students located inside the online application.